Marianne Brudwick, director of a support group for those who have lost loved ones to brain cancer, plays the piano Feb. 27 in her Ferndale house. She hosts the group at her home so they're able to play piano together.
Marianne Brudwick, director of a support group for those who have lost loved ones to brain cancer, plays the piano Feb. 27 in her Ferndale house. She hosts the group at her home so they're able to play piano together. Kjell Redal For The Bellingham Herald
Marianne Brudwick, director of a support group for those who have lost loved ones to brain cancer, plays the piano Feb. 27 in her Ferndale house. She hosts the group at her home so they're able to play piano together. Kjell Redal For The Bellingham Herald

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